Crawford v. Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.
Court finds that the plan administrator appropriately interpreted the plan, which looked to an earlier designation of beneficiary when no later designation was made, and the court found that no additional discovery would change the result.
life insurance policy, ERISA, beneficiary, abuse of discretion, 29 USC 1132(a)(1)(B), summary plan description, fair reading, motion for continuance, discovery
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